Using CSVDE to export and import from one domain to another

Posted on 2009-02-09
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I already did a export from AD from one domain that has not trust with the other.  So i have the export now in a CSV file.  Wanted to ensure a smooth transition over to the other domain and wanted to ask if i should be aware of any snags or any special import switches i should use.  There are organizational name changes and OU information, so i should make all this changes in the excel format before importing, i.e, OU= and DC= strings.
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Well that one help me because im crossing over from 2 domains with no trust and not connection to each other at all. Extracting the users from one domain and one network and importing into another domain on a seperate network, so that is impossible to use . I thought of that earlier, but seeing my unique situation, that tool would not be beneficial to me.  

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